Monday, February 11, 2008

A stark contrast

Because I'm too lazy to embed video, and too grateful to Rob at Laughing at the Pieces, I'll just send you directly to his blog for this amazing parody of "Yes We Can."

My favorite part is the lady covering her kid's eyes. And the guy hyperventilating into a paper bag. And...all of it.

If you're bemused yet confused, go here for the original video.

And if you live in MD, DC, or VA, get out and vote tomorrow. I don't care how freakin' cold it is! Democracy needs us all.

Now playing: Everybody Knows - Leonard Cohen
via FoxyTunes



Quite right. I already voted, but then New Jersey had it's primary elections already.

Posted by: Blogger Unknown at 2/12/2008 7:20 AM

Huh. I didn't even realize it was a parody.

(Yes, I knew it was satire. But a direct parody, no.)

Thanks for the link!

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